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Jenkins is a powerful and flexible automation tool; It is used to automate almost anything. It’s free and open source It has a strong community with thousands of plugins you can use Jenkins is used in a lot of companies, from startups to enterprises In this guided project through hands-on, practical experiences, you will go through concepts like -- 1. Deploying Java-Maven application using Jenkins freestyle 2. Deploying Java-Maven application using Jenkins DSL and Jenkins Pipelines (Jenkinsfile). Jenkins Pipeline is a new way of using Jenkins, the DevOps way! 3. Triggers in Jenkins If you are starting your DevOps journey, Jenkins is a must-have skill....

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par Frédéric T

16 févr. 2021

Not enough time available to use the instance.

par MOH A

3 juil. 2022

This tutorials is very easy to uderstand and it will help to carrer groth.

par Wickramasingha, M C

8 avr. 2021

very useful for beginners

par B M

8 mai 2022


par Martín J G A

10 sept. 2021


par Prashant S

6 juin 2021

The course was really very helpful in order to start with Jenkins concept from scratch. The only difficulty I faced is with the Rhyme Environment time limitations. For Last two tasks, I was not able to access the environment as the access time has already been extended and expired.

par Naresh S

15 janv. 2022

Very nice in explaining Jenkin pipeline. I have been using Jenkin quite sometime but had less knowledge on setting up a pipeline from scratch. I learnt this via this course.

par Amol C P

3 mai 2021

Good Course. Learning point of view got good understanding. Cmd was not working properly on cloud environment. Kindly resolve the issue.

par Avinash S

20 févr. 2021

precise description